Republican leaders shove secret Obamatrade bill down America’s throat

Poor Richard’s News 6/23/2015

Our country suffered a massive blow today as Congress shifted Constitutional power and national sovereignty into the hands of not only the Executive Branch but foreign governments through the passage of the “fast track” trade bill known as Obamatrade…

…Just how bad is this? It’s difficult to say at this point. […]

Sessions: Fast-Tracking The Loss Of U.S. Sovereignty

SenatorSessions YouTube 6/22/2015

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FEMA Screwed Up, Now Want Cash Back From Victims of Hurricane ‘Sandy’

Soopermexican The Right Scoop 6/20/2015

Well isn’t this a kick in the face. Sandy victims who got money from FEMA are now being told they have to pay it back because the federal government screwed up in handing it out.

Now look, as a hard-working taxpayer, I don’t want the government to be wasting tax-money […]

Sessions: ‘A Vote for TAA Next Week is a Vote to Send Fast-Track to the President’s Desk’

Breitbart News Breitbart.com 12 Jun 2015

U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) warns:

It appears there will be another attempt by Tuesday to force through new executive powers for President Obama. A vote for TAA next week is a vote to send fast-track to the President’s desk and to grant him these broad new executive authorities. […]

Trade bill survives scare

Cristina Marcos The Hill 6/11/2015

President Obama’s trade agenda survived a bad scare in the House on Thursday when the GOP rule governing debate for the package narrowly survived a 217-212 vote.

Thirty-four Republicans voted against the rule, while eight Democrats backed it…

…House Republicans could only lose 26 of their own for the rule […]

Senate advances spy legislation but law will lapse

Susan Ferrechio The Washington Examiner 5/31/2015

A bill to extend a controversial anti-terrorism surveillance tool cleared a key Senate hurdle Sunday evening, but not in time to prevent it from expiring at midnight.

The Senate voted 77-17 to bring the USA Freedom Act to the floor for debate. The bill would extend surveillance provisions of […]